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There was this beautiful woman, who wanted to get married, …but she wanted a very pious husband, so she said that she’ll marry the man who recites the whole Quran every single day, fasts for the whole year and stays awake and worships Allah all throughout the night. She was a very beautiful woman, and a lot of suitors wanted to marry her, but they knew they couldn’t fulfill the conditions she set.
Until this one man stepped forward and said he could fulfill them.
So the Imam got both of them married.
After the first night of the marriage, the wife sees that the husband doesn’t recite the whole of the Quran, nor does he fast, nor does he stay awake in the worship of Allah, she decided to let it roll on for a few weeks to see if there were any changes, there weren’t, so she filed a complaint and asked for a divorce.
They are both taken in front of the judge, and the judge asked, ‘What were the conditions of the marriage?’ the man replied ‘They were for me to recite the whole Quran daily, keep fast for the whole year and to worship Allah all throughout the night.’
The Judge asked, ‘did you fulfill them? The man calmly answered, ‘…yes.’
The judge answers, ‘you lie; your wife has said that you don’t, that’s why she’s asking for a divorce’.
But the man insisted that he had fulfilled the conditions, so the judge asked, ‘did you recite the full Quran every day?’ The man answered yes. The Judge, baffled asked, ‘how? How can you do that?’ The man coolly answered, ‘I recite Surah Ikhlas three times a day and according to Prophet Muhammad (saw), reciting Surah Ikhlas three times is equivalent to reciting the whole Quran.’
The Judge was intrigued, so he asked, ‘how did you fast the whole year?’
The man answered, ‘ I fasted for the whole month of Ramadan, then kept another six fasts in the month of Shawwal, according to Prophet Muhammad(SAW), keeping all of the fast of Ramadan then keeping six fasts in the month of Shawwal, is as if you have fasted for the whole year.’
The Judge remained silent, he couldn’t give a reply saying the man was wrong, so finally he asked, ‘how did you stay awake all night and worship Allah, when your wife saw you sleeping?’ The Judge thought the man wouldn’t be able to answer this one, but the man, cool as a cucumber answered, ‘I prayed Salatul Isha with jamaat, then the next day prayed Salatul Fajar with jamaat, according to Prophet Muhammad (saw), the one who prays Salatul Isha and Salatul Fajar with jamaat, it is as if he had stayed up all night worshipping Allah.’
The Judge sat there looking at the man; the final verdict was about to be released… He said to the man and his wife, ‘…go, just go, there is nothing wrong with this marriage’.
The moral of the Story- ISLAM is not hard; it is great and a simple way of life.
The Noble Quran is full of blessings. Allah SWT has said,
“[This is] a Book which We have sent down to you, full of blessings that they may ponder over its Verses, and that men of understanding may remember”
(AQ : Sad/ 38 : 29).
Allah Knows Best.
- Istikharah, When seeking guidance in decision-making (justsimplyinlove.wordpress.com)
- Surah al-Ikhlas (islambestreligion.wordpress.com)
- The Attribute of Al-Wujud (Existance) (asmawasifaat.wordpress.com)
- Surah Al-Ikhlas (Qur’an: Ch112)- The reason of its revelation and some of its virtues (xeniagreekmuslimah.wordpress.com)